- Nozipho Zulu took to social media to share the details of her lobola ceremony with her followers on Twitter
- She looked beautiful in her traditional IsiZulu attire along with her friends who supported her on the day
- The lady thanked her ancestors for the beautiful day and Twitter users took to the comments section to compliment her
A traditional wedding is always a good time in Mzansi, this was no different for Twitter user (@nozipho_zulu_) who took to the microblogging app to share her special day. Nozipho had lobola paid for her recently and she was filled with joy after crossing a new milestone in life.
Nozipho and her friends looked ravishing in their traditional attire and she shared a few pictures with family members. She also shared pictures of the decor she had for the day, it was very classy, to say the least.
She captioned her photos: "My lobola day. Ngiyabonga kwabaphansi nawo wonke amadlozi akithi."
The phrase means, thank you to my ancestors and those watching over me.
Mzansi social media users were stunned at how beautiful Nozipho looked on her special day and took to the comments section to shower her with compliments. Briefly.co.za gathered a few reactions:
@Bhekani_Mkhonza said: "Congratulations sisi Nozipho. You are one of the people I take inspiration from and seeing your daily success makes me happy. May God and ancestors be with you all the way. Have a blessed one."
@SnerhMabaso said: "Congratulations MaZulu all the best for ur marriage. We love you as your Twitter fam and bewmuhle."
@Dee_forDali commented: "Congratulations beautiful, you are going to make an amazing makoti."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Miss SA Shudfhadzo Musida celebrated becoming a Wits graduate. Halala! Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida has scored another win this year. The Limpopo beauty and South Africa's queen has just graduated from the University of Witswatersrand situated in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
While we would have loved some pictures to accompany the Twitter post, Miss Shudu opted to deliver the news short and sweetly, simply explaining that she can finally call herself a Wits graduate - something she is undoubtedly proud about.
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